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May be a bit outdated, but should get you from A to B for 47p!
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#1
Erm, good deal, but what about google maps? is this not the same idea?
[excuse my ignorance if im wrong]
#2
hdizzle
Erm, good deal, but what about google maps? is this not the same idea?
[excuse my ignorance if im wrong]


And isn't Google maps future proof?
#3
Bit of heat from me. How can you go wrong (or lose your way!) at this price?
#4
mumbojumbo
You need an internet connection to get Google Maps.
If you're travelling and don't have internet access, then this will give you maps on your laptop. :thumbsup:


So you have a laptop in your car, but no sat nav? Seems strange to me.:)
[Holiday Pirates]#5
hdizzle
Erm, good deal, but what about google maps? is this not the same idea?
[excuse my ignorance if im wrong]


thats what I was thinking lol


and would be no use for my little netbook anyway :=(

Spose its a cheap stocking filler for somone though
[Holiday Pirates]#6
StaceyAKelly
thats what I was thinking lol


and would be no use for my little netbook anyway :=(

Spose its a cheap stocking filler for somone though


although thinking on, would look a bit tight giving someone a 2008 gift LOL
#7
Only 47p and there are cold votes?
Heat added.
#9
Just looked on Avanquest site, this is the latest version as far as I can see.
3 have sold recently on Ebay for £5 each
The OP gets a hard time for posting an offer for 47p incl delivery and voted cold.
Reminds me why I don't post offers here.:-(
#10
StaceyAKelly
although thinking on, would look a bit tight giving someone a 2008 gift LOL


who on earth would give something like this for a gift???

heat added OP and thanks for posting:thumbsup:
#11
mumbojumbo
Online! i.e. no good for working offline (without internet access). :)
C'mon, worth 47p for the postage alone!
Yeah I suppose you're right.
#12
damnstudents
And isn't Google maps future proof?


what do you mean by future proof, unless you know something I don't, then I am fairly certain there isn't going to be any major town movements in the uk.
Is London going to move up to Scotland?
Are there any plans to completely redraw our road network?
#13
waterdragon3344
what do you mean by future proof, unless you know something I don't, then I am fairly certain there isn't going to be any major town movements in the uk.
Is London going to move up to Scotland?
Are there any plans to completely redraw our road network?


:lol::lol:
#14
waterdragon3344
what do you mean by future proof, unless you know something I don't, then I am fairly certain there isn't going to be any major town movements in the uk.
Is London going to move up to Scotland?
Are there any plans to completely redraw our road network?
I will assume the questions weren't rhetorical.

'Future Proof' I assume he/she means... new builds ie new street names. They can't be added to the Disk.
#15
Unless the developers had the foresight to include an update feature, but I suppose that is ruled out by having 2008 in the name.

I find a sat nav quite satisfactory, if sometimes a little fiddly, to prepare a route and get a general idea of where I'll be going.
#16
waterdragon3344
what do you mean by future proof, unless you know something I don't, then I am fairly certain there isn't going to be any major town movements in the uk.
Is London going to move up to Scotland?
Are there any plans to completely redraw our road network?


Comedy genius - absolute comedy genius

London moving to Scotland!

ha ha ha ha ha

What about speed cameras? - New roads? - Pedestrianisation?
#17
I find that the routes Google gives are quite difficult to follow and sometimes misleading, because it ignores some non-obvious junctions. The AA and RAC route planners are much better. Assuming this is the same route-planning engine as you can get from the AA online, for 47p this is a really hot deal.

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